Authors Selah Raymer and Alli Ferguson’s new book ‘Special Dystopia’ is a gripping tale of growing corruption in a small post-apocalypse community

Selah Raymer and Alli Ferguson, high school friends with a passion for literature, have finished their new book “Special Dystopia”: a post-apocalyptic tale of corruption and darkness.

Raymer and Ferguson share, “Generations have passed after a catastrophic event wiped out all civilization on earth. The lone survivors banded together to create the Fellowship, or so they thought. Addie Smith and Samantha Cross take it upon themselves to keep Sam’s sister, Katie, safe in a community raised to fear those with special abilities. They seem destined to expose the dark underbelly and corruption of Supreme Leader Chancellor Matthias with the help of some unlikely sources.

Published by Page Publishing, Selah Raymer and Alli Ferguson’s gripping tale, created during the pandemic, was a passion project for the two best friends who had dreamed of writing a book since they were teenagers.

Readers who wish to experience this captivating work can purchase “Special Dystopia” in bookstores around the world or online at Apple’s iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For more information or media requests, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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